HHamzeh Nasajpour wrote on 21 Nov 2021 09:03
(address . firstname.lastname@example.org)
The `PATH` environment variable is hard-code here:
We don't have any executable in these paths in guix:
Replicate the issue:
1. Run the `pkexec`
2. Enter your password
3. run `echo $PATH` in the opened terminal
4. You will see this path: `/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/sbin:/bin:/root/bin`
5. You can't run most of the commands. (`ls`, `passwd`, `chpasswd` and so on.)
Running all of the commands without any error.
Isn't it? Should not we patch the `PATH` environment variable in `pkexec` source codes? Either way, some applications like `lxqt-admin-user` and `lxqt-admin-time` has an issue and they can't run the commands via `pkexec`. I get this error when I want to change user password via `lxqt-admin-user`. It's using `pkexec` to change password.
/run/current-system/profile/bin/lxqt-admin-user-helper: line 7: exec: passwd: not found